6 technologies that will disrupt health care in developing markets

The MinION, a portable genetic sequencer. Photo by: Oxford Nanopore Technologies Rapidly evolving technology has dramatically changed our everyday lives — and its potential to improve health care access and services is remarkable. The development community has only begun to include these shifts into programming. Future Crunch, an Australia-based consultancy, is working with organizations across the country, including aid groups, to help them understand, plan for and leverage disruptive innovations. Science and technology experts Angus Hervey, Tane Hunter and Tanushree Rao spoke to Devex about which technologies can help reshape health markets to improve service delivery and outcomes in developing countries. 1. Artificial intelligence. “Artificial intelligence will be a game changer for health markets,” Hunter predicts, telling Devex machine learning technology is set to enable faster and more reliable diagnosis.…

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